Henna is a form of natural beautification which dates back to Quranic times in the Middle East. Henna is currently popular in cultures around the world from Africa to India, and now at Chevy Chase Library!
Calling all scientists! We are kicking off our Summer Reading program with some fun hands-on science activities!Come learn about gravity, buoyancy, botany and more! We will be exploring these concepts through fun activities, such as making our own tornadoes, planting beans, creating catapults, splat painting, and more!
We are kicking off our 2014 Summer Reading program with some hands-on science fun! We will be exploring the concepts of gravity and molecular bonds. You can create a catapult, make your own Flubber, and more! We are also holding our second Henna Workshop, where teens can learn about the cultural significance of henna as well as having a design applied to their hands.
We're kicking off an exciting new program! Every Friday morning at 11 a.m., children ages 1 to 5 are invited to join us to sing and dance along with some great music. It's going to be a great time, and we hope you'll join us!For more information, visit the Children's Room information desk or call 202-282-0021.